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The return travel lock rules out partial strokes and therefore incomplete operations. Forming, assembly and joining operations are always reliably and completely executed, as the return stroke of the press is blocked on the
downward stroke. An effective contribution to quality assurance.
As toggle presses do not achieve their maximum force until BDC, adjusting the height of the press head by means of the threaded spindle is often too inaccurate. The precision ram adjustment enables the press pressure point to be precisely set directly at the ram. The scale on the adjustment ring enables the fine setting to be read off to 0.02 mm. The adjustment range is ±1.5 mm.
The precision ram adjustment is used when the utmost precision is required for
the press depth. Ideal for prototype manufacture and serial production when accurate and easy adjustment within the tolerance range is required.
The bottom part of the tool can be mounted in the centric table bore. Fixing is by means of a transverse screw in all models up to 80 mm throat. The table bore enables the tool to be changed quickly and reduces set-up time. The alignment accuracy of the ram bore with the table bore is <0.05 mm.
This option is available for all manual presses or for other presses on demand.
A rapid overview of the number of items produced can be obtained with the five-digit stroke counter. The number of items can be reset.
The micrometer stop is used with rack and pinion presses for high-precision assembly work or for when the tool has to be accurately positioned. This enables the press stroke length to be accurately adjusted to 0.01 mm
mäder pneumatic toggle presses reach their naximum force at the end of the stroke, the bottom dead center (BDC). The optimum transmission ratios of the toggle press produce high force at the end of the stroke, ensuring low air consumption. Thanks to the resultant low energy consumption, mäder pneumatic toggle presses are an economical means of production not only at the time of purchase, but also in the long term.
Toggle presses are used when the full force of the press is only needed at the end of stroke, e.g. for punching, riveting, stamping, gluing etc.
Pneumatic toggle presses are available with a force of 5kN, 10 kN, 24kN, 32kN and 60kN..
All direct acting pneumatic presses are available as an automation module or can be supplied with mäder controls for individual workstations..
The round ram of mäder pressen is characterized by high sturdiness, ground surface and precise ram bore. Tools can be fixed securely in the ram bore by means of a fixation screw. Round rams of mäder pressen are either guided in precision honed bores or in precise Teflon bushings.
Factory pre-set pressure point
Right-angled gearbox for simple height adjustment of the
Side-mounted measuring strip for fast reproduction of
settings when changing the tool
A larger throat is required wherever bulky parts are processed, e.g. the processing of printed circuit boards, sheet metal and similar parts. mäder XL presses with 250 mm throat are employed in such cases.
The base is a stable welded structure to which different standard press heads can be fitted.